Akabo Media Ltd is publisher of Supply Chain Standard and Logistics Manager magazines as well as organising conferences and exhibitions for the supply chain and logistics sectors.
We provide information and products for professionals involved in the supply chains of the largest industrial, retail and commercial organisations in the UK and Europe together with senior managers in the transport, materials handling and property companies who supply products to them.
Department for Transporthttp://www.dft.gov.uk
The Department for Transport's objective is to oversee the delivery of a reliable, safe and secure transport system that responds efficiently to the needs of individuals and business whilst safeguarding our environment.
Department of Trade & Industryhttp://www.dti.gov.uk
The DTI drives our ambition of 'prosperity for all' by working to create the best environment for business success in the UK. We help people and companies become more productive by promoting enterprise, innovation and creativity.
The European Logistics Users Providers & Enablers Group (ELUPEG) seeks to promote and facilitate horizontal collaboration - cooperation across rather than along supply chains. By bringing together non-competing and even competing companies, massive improvements in asset utilisation, carbon reductions, customer service and cost reductions are possible.
European Logistics Associationhttp://www.elalog.org
ELA, the European Logistics Association, is a federation of 30 national organisations, covering almost every country in Central and Western Europe.
The goal of ELA is to provide a forum for co-operation for any individual or society concerned with logistics within Europe and to assist industry and commerce in Europe.
ELA formulates European Logistics Education Standards and encourages the acceptance of these standards by each of its member nations. A Vocational Qualification procedure is in place to enable the standards to be accepted on a pan-European basis.
FIATA: International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations http://www.fiata.com/
FIATA, a non-governmental organisation, represents today an industry covering approximately 40,000 forwarding and logistics firms, also known as the "Architects of Transport", employing around 8 - 10 million people in 150 countries. FIATA has consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, and the UN Commission on International Trade Law.
Freight Transport Associationhttp://www.fta.co.uk
Freight Transport Association represents the transport interests of companies moving goods by road, rail, sea and air. FTA members operate over 200,000 goods vehicles - almost half the UK fleet. In addition, they consign over 90 per cent of the freight moved by rail and over 70 per cent of sea and air freight.
The Fritz Institute is a nonprofit organization that works in partnership with governments, nonprofit organizations and corporations around the world to innovate solutions and facilitate the adoption of best practices for rapid and effective disaster response and recovery
Global Shippers’ Forumhttp://globalshippersforum.com/
The Global Shippers’ Forum represents shippers’ interests and that of their respective organisations from Asia, Europe, North and South America and Africa.
It was formally incorporated and registered as a non-governmental organisation in the United Kingdom in June 2011.
Health & Safety Executivehttp://www.hse.gov.uk
Britain's Health and Safety Commission (HSC) and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) are responsible for the regulation of almost all the risks to health and safety arising from work activity in Britain.
The Logistics Link Exhibitions have firmly established themselves as market leading events attracting thousands of logistics professionals; hard to reach buyers who visit the shows specifically to find providers of cutting edge solutions for the supply chain.
Supply Chain Councilhttp://www.supply-chain.org
The Supply Chain Council was organized in 1996 by Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath (PRTM) and AMR Research, and initially included 69 voluntary member companies. It now has closer to 1,000 corporate members world-wide and has established international chapters in North America, Europe, Greater China, Japan, Australia/New Zealand, South East Asia, Brazil and Southern Africa.
The International Air Cargo Associationhttp://www.tiaca.org/
TIACA is a not for profit trade association for the air cargo industry, pledged to support and assist progressive liberalization of the global market, and easier, enhanced trade between developing and developed economies. It is a worldwide organization that serves a membership which includes all major segments of the air cargo and logistics industry; airlines, forwarders, airports, ground handlers, all-cargo carriers, road carriers, customs brokers, third party logistics companies, integrators, shippers, and educational institutions